India has got a location for all kinds of tourists/travelers whether they be fun loving, adventurous, spiritual, etc. If you wish to visit some different/uncommon kind of places in India, here are some amazing places to visit in India.
1.Mawlynnong, Meghalaya: Asia’s Cleanest Village
Known as ‘God’s Own Garden’, Mawlynnong is a village in Cherrapunji. It has got itself registered as Asia’s Cleanest Village. Has a Literacy rate of 100%.
2.Roopkund Lake, Chamoli, Uttarakhand: Lake of Skeletons
Around 600 human skeletons were discovered here.
3.Kodinhi (Kerala) and Umri (near Allahabad): Twin Towns
In a population of 2000, Kodinhi has 350 pairs of identical twins!
Umri village, near Allahabad has over 60 pairs of identical twins in a total population of 900.
4.Magnetic Hill, Ladakh: Gravity hill
Lies in the way to Leh. Magnetic Hill is one of the world’s recognized gravity hills.
5.Karni Mata Temple, Rajasthan: Temple Of Rats
Temple with the home to over 20,000 rats.
6.Shetpal, Maharashtra: Land of Snakes
Snake move freely in houses here. There no snakebite reported from this village.
7.Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya: India’s Highest and Most Tragic Waterfall
Its height is 1115 feet.
8.Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh: Hanging Pillar
Locals believe, passing objects beneath the pillar brings prosperity to one’s life.
9.Bullet Baba Shrine, Bandai, Rajasthan: The Motorcycle God
Story related to the shrine : (As the locals say) On December 2, 1988 night, Om Singh Rathore (also called ‘Om Banna’) while riding his bullet through the roads of Pali, lost control and unfortunately crashed into a tree, and died. Next morning, police took the bike to the police station. But the bike disappeared mysteriously and was found on the accident spot. Police again took the bike and this time tied it with chains also emptied the fuel tank. But Next mornig the bike was again on the accident spot. So, honouring the man and miraculous bike locals made a temple at Om Singh’s place.
10.Botanical Garden, Howrah: having the world’s widest Banyan Tree
What looks like a forest is actually 1250-year-old one single banyan tree!